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Personal Health Records: an Overview of What is Available to the Public

@inproceedings{Cronin2006PersonalHR,
  title={Personal Health Records: an Overview of What is Available to the Public},
  author={Carol Cronin},
  year={2006}
}
Group at AARP. One of the missions of the Institute is to foster research and analysis on public policy issues of importance to mid-life and older Americans. This publication represents part of that effort. The views expressed herein are for information, debate, and discussion, and do not necessarily represent official policies of AARP. The fact that a company is named in this report should not be construed as an endorsement by AARP. FOREWORD As concerns continue to mount over rising health… 

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